Dozens of vintage agricultural vehicles took to the road this weekend for an annual fundraiser.
The Buchan Vintage Tractor Run has raised more than £100,000 for good causes since it launched in 2000.
The colourful convoy of 75 classics, some dating from the 1940s, set out from Fetterangus at 10am on Sunday for a trip around the north-east.
The group visited Old Deer, Stuartfield, Maud, New Pitsligo and Strichen.
This year’s event was in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK.
Organiser Doug Nicol, who this year helped marshal the event, said it had been a great day out – but revealed next year’s 20th run would be their last.
He said: “It was a nice day and we all had a nice lunch.
“The weather was great and we had plenty of people out on the streets waving at us.
“Next year’s run will be the last as I’m getting too old and the committee want to stop too.
“Hopefully someone else will come along and take it on.”